A wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees that will get you career ready for the global job market.
The University of Melbourne is Australia’s leading public research university, attracting more than 60,000 students from 130 countries each year. Established in 1853, it has grown to become an international leader in research, learning and teaching.
It’s ranked #1 in Australia and #32 in the world, and is #6 globally for graduate employability. Fourteen different subject areas rank among the top 20 in the world.
The University is situated in the heart of Melbourne, a vibrant, multicultural hub of food, music, technology and sports, making it one of the best cities in the world for students.
Studying at Melbourne
With over 100 undergraduate majors and close to 300 graduate programs on offer, we’ll have something that matches your interests and moves you closer to achieving your goals. Find your dream course here.
If you’re in high school, you’re probably looking into a bachelor degree – students from the Philippines usually come with the IB or the US High School Diploma (with SAT/ACT and APs), or through Trinity College Foundation Studies.
If you’re in college or already working, graduate study is a great next step for your career. Entry requirements differ depending on the course, but you’ll need a bachelor degree to qualify.
Browse our courses by study area
Get a global degree in something you love. Our courses cover a wide range of interest areas.
- Interest Architecture, building, planning and design
- Interest Arts, humanities and social sciences
- Interest Business and economics
- Interest Education
- Interest Engineering
- Interest Environment
- Interest Health
- Interest Information technology and computer science
- Interest Law
- Interest Music, visual and performing arts
- Interest Science
- Interest Veterinary, agricultural and food sciences
Explore what Melbourne has to offer
My experiences heavily influenced my choice of degree at the University of Melbourne: the Executive Master of Arts, which covers project management, leadership, creative and critical thinking, people management, budgeting and financial management, as well as organisational theory and practice. It makes sense of my choices and brings my different interests and career goals together.Gigay EscuetaExecutive Master of Arts